David Conwill

New Hampshire to San Berdoo and back in a 1929 Ford Model A is the antidote to endless Cannonball runs – David Conwill @Hemmings

It seems like since the pandemic started, everybody with a pack of adult diapers and a fast car is trying to break the Cannonball record. Whether or not that’s a good thing or a bad thing is debatable, but it’s gotten kind of stale…. Read More ›

Old cars need to be driven… unless they catch fire: The Reliable Carriers Eight Flags Road Tour at Amelia Island – David Conwill @Hemmings

Ask your doctor: If you sit too much, it’s bad for you. The same is true for old cars. Joints stiffen up, moisture takes its various tolls, rubber and leather dry out, tires get flat spotted, gasoline goes stale and… Read More ›

If you can find one, a 1949 Kurtis Sport Car may be the most collectible American car of its time – David Conwill @Hemmings

In 1918, the question asked about the returning doughboys was “How you gonna keep ’em happy down on the farm, after they’ve seen Paree?” A little over a quarter century later, you might have changed the French capital to “MGs,”… Read More ›

Gow To: Evaluating a Model B four-banger – David Conwill @Hemmings

The Revelator needs a new engine. This is how it’s being done economically. Photo by Dan Beaudry, others by David Conwill and as credited how-to (hou-tü) adj. giving practical instruction and advice (as on a craft) gow (gou) n. automobile modified for speed and performance in the… Read More ›

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